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CORUS Hotel Kuala Lumpur became the first hotel in Malaysia to have a room for durian tasting.
BRICK by brick, seed by seed. That was how the pupils of SJK (C) Bandar Sungai Long built their vegetable and herb patch. Only a month old, the twice weekly gardening
BENTONG: His search for a flavoursome durian ended 28 years ago in Tanah Merah, Kelantan, when he found the “king” of the King of Fruits.
The famed ‘Raja Kunyit’ durian from Tanah Merah in Kelantan was renamed in Pahang before spreading its wings to China.
HONG Kong singer and actor Cheung Chi-lam got a warm reception from adoring fans during a special appearance at TSL Jewellery’s store in Penang.
Welcoming strangers into your home can be daunting but many village families do so with an open heart.
PENANG is on track to regain its status as an art and cultural hub, attracting artists from all over the world and inspiring generations to come.
The unmistakable and distinctive aroma of one of South-East Asia’s most loved or disliked – depending on personal taste – fruits wafted out from Le Apple Boutique Hotel, as a result of a durian feast.
KUANTAN: The Pahang government will rebrand durians originating from orchards in traditional villages in the state.
THE woman and her friends who paid nearly RM1,000 for three durians had asked for the “biggest and tastiest” fruits from the stall in Macalister Road, Penang.